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This isn’t “One and Done”

by | Jul 8, 2020 | Discoveries

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Like clockwork, towards the completion of a strategic planning process, the fatigue sets in. Your group is tired of it all, especially the never-ending series of meetings, and the constant discussions. When will we decide? What will we do?

It feels a bit like navigating COVID-19 doesn’t it? Just when you think you’ve positioned your organization to rebound, there’s another change leading to a setback, a closure, an opening, then another closure. Haven’t we done that already?

Yes, and you will again and again over the next 12-18 months—and possibly longer. When I created your Bounce-Back Plan suite of resources, I realized this novel situation wouldn’t be “one and done.” There was no chance we’d get through it and go back to normal in 2020. Nor would it be easily “won and done,” requiring resiliency, patience, and perseverance. And more again. Let’s face it, we’re going to be bouncing for a while. You might as well strengthen some new muscles.

Your Bounce-Back Plan was designed with the unexpected in mind, encouraging you to:

  • Create your new strategy and refine it continuously
  • Re-imagine your business model to thrive when there is no “one and done”
  • Pandemic-proof your organization
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